About your Search

20130318
20130326
Search Results 0 to 3 of about 4
with the decisions that are made in a job, what you're producing, what technology's being used, what the health conditions of your workplace are, what's done with the fruits of your labor, literally whether your factor or your office continues, since you have to live with those decisions you ought to participate, the basic idea of democracy. so i like the idea of cooperative enterprises because it fulfills my value commitment to democracy. whereas a capitalist enterprise doesn't because it keeps all the decision making in a tiny minority. we all who go to work have to live with their decisions, but we don't articipate in them, not even to speak of the community that has to live with the decisions. but the second reason is i see concrete results coming from an enterprise that was run by the workers collectively, and let me give you a few examples. first, most of us believe that if the workers themselves made a decision that they would close the enterprise and move it to china, i don't think so. i think that the whole running away of enterprises out of the united states was made possible because
plant in yangon. osaka hopes to highlight its technology expertise in a bid to operate the water system. >> translator: controls in the plant are inadequate. as a result, there's a high concentration of microbes. >> reporter: a south korean firm is giving the japanese a run for their money. the resources corporation or k water, is engaged in water projects across asia. this man directs the overseas development and planning. he has overseen large-scale projects in countries including china and vietnam. his department also plans to bid on the yangon project. >> translator: we'll work out a proposal to highlight the differences between us and the japanese in terms of construction and maintenance costs. then we can talk with the city government as soon as possible. >> reporter: last november k-water reached an agreement with the city of yangon to conduct a feasibility study for the project. one of k-water's strengths is that it possesses all of the necessary know-how in-house. on the other hand, japanese firms often have to go to entities outside of the company for the expertise in areas su
with the technologies, but rapid economic growth in emerging economies is also increasing demand. the use of water resources is projected to rise by 50% in developing countries and by 18% in the industrialized parts of the globe. water pollution is not helping the situation, either. nor is climate change -- certain regions are literally trying out. many countries are introducing desalination systems and drip irrigation, but these solutions are of little use to the world's poor, for home water scarcity is becoming an increasingly pressing problem. >> the united nations says access to clean drinking water is a human right. but that right is not insured everywhere, especially in countries where water is a scarce resource. >> you would think that countries such as germany with abundant amounts of water would have no problems, but they do when accessibility becomes a business. >> the berlin water table citizens group is rehearsing a song they have adapted to protest against private water companies. they have come up with a reworked version of the popular 1920's tune "veronica spring has come." in a thi
and painful. most technological advances do not come out of the party apparatus. they come out as howard dean had social networking, and barack obama took that to different levels in 2012. >> rand paul had a speech on immigration that even marco rubio praised. >> rand paul is, to me, representing what republicans ought to be doing, and not what priebus is talking about. paul called the harvard university business school and asked for an opportunity to talk to the students about the future of the republican party and the african-american community on april 10. he is not waiting to get the nomination and then put together the outreach programs. he is doing it now. he is doing this on a number of fronts. this is what the republican party has to do. not just worry about the mechanics of the campaign. >> i am all for idealizing, idolizing rand paul. this is a fella who has re- created himself. this is the new rand paul. when he ran for senate three years ago, what did he run on? he ran on an electrical wire across the southern border, helicopters and the repeal of birthright citizenship. now is a
Search Results 0 to 3 of about 4